With this amount, there is no shortage of choice.
But you’re going to want to do your homework carefully, especially if you’re a corporation, because to cancel contracts and go with someone else midway would be costly and disruptive.
We don’t doubt you’ll do your homework, but we’ve made the research a little easier with this handy guide…
Comparing Fibre internet providers: what to look for
According to Temkin Group Research, internet Fibre service providers are ranked the worst out of all the industries with regards to service experience.
And so, while the core service (installation and maintenance that Fibre internet providers offer) may be good, the customer service experience of ISPs is usually lacking.
More than that, there are a lot of other elements you need to look at, and we’ll address all of that in this article.
Here’s a guideline of what to look for:
While Fibre is fast and more reliable than any other type of connection, if your line speed is inadequate, it won’t matter that you have Fibre; your connection is going to lag.
So make sure you get the correct speed:
10Mbps: good for up to three to ten people using the internet at the same time provided it is an uncontended line.
20 – 50Mbps: good for up to 20 – 40 devices connected to the internet at the same time, provided it is an uncontended line.
30 – 100 Mbps: good for 30 – 90 devices that need connection at the same time, provided it is an uncontended line.
100 – 1 000 Mbps: exceptionally fast speeds for corporation-amounts of employees, for heavy Internet usage at the same time, provided it is an uncontended line.